Are you planning to get married or are getting married soon? If so, congratulations! As you and your significant other plan for the big day and your life together, there is a lot to take into consideration. And as fun… Full Story

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3 Strategies to Pay Off Your Student Loans Faster — Couple Money

Sick and tired of your student loans? Do they seem to be nudging down too slowly while draining your monthly budget? Learn the best strategies and tactics to pay your student […] The post 3 Strategies to Pay Off Your Student Loans Faster appeared first on Couple Money.

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TAX DEDUCTIONS 2017: WHAT EVERY REAL ESTATE AGENT SHOULD KNOW — Real Career Launch

For all my Real Estate friends… Call The Tax Doctor.

Tax season is here! For busy real estate agents who manage their own finances, it can be hard to find time (and energy) to get expenses in order. If this is you, do not push these tasks to the bottom of your priority list. Setting aside time now can save you thousands of dollars in […]

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How Your Money Mindset Can Help You Build Wealth — Couple Money

Tried different budget systems, but can’t seem to get them to work? Jen Hemphill, Her Money Matters author, shares how changing your mindset can help you build wealth! Understanding Money […] The post How Your Money Mindset Can Help You Build Wealth appeared first on Couple Money.

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Three Tax Credits for Your Family — The TurboTax Blog

As parents, we work hard to provide our children with the best education, a roof to sleep under and food to eat every day. This valiant effort is not overlooked by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Here are some tax credits that are available when you prepare your tax return, that help you with the…

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